Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
Panayiotis M. Zavos, PhD., Director of the Andrology Institute of America and professor of reproductive physiology and andrology at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, stated in an April 2nd, 2011 WebMD report that, "Smoking has a direct, negative effect on the sexuality of a man on every level.” Zavos and his fellow researchers who are conducting an ongoing federally funded study found, that men's smoking not only had a significant and negative effect on the ability to conceive, but they also turned up a surprise: “Smoking significantly diminishes a man's sexual desire and satisfaction -- even for young men in their 20s and 30s.”
"Sexual performance is more than just erectile function; it involves many of the systems of the body," says Zavos. "When a man's ability to perform decreases, his overall desire will greatly diminish soon thereafter." Freedom Laser Therapy puts forth, "There are enough issues that complicate one's ability to perform sexually that we seem to have little if any control over, why accelerate the aging process with smoking?"
In addition to the fact that smoking is widely accepted as being a cause of impotence, there's some evidence that smoking actually affects erection size as well. In a Men's Health study researchers found that smokers' penises are significantly smaller than nonsmokers'. "In addition to damaging blood vessels, smoking may cause damage to penile tissue itself, making it less elastic and preventing it from stretching," says Irwin Goldstein, M.D., a urologist at the Boston University Medical Center.
In an article released on September 26, 2010 http://www.reclaimyoursexuality, Madeleine Castellanos, MD, Sexual Health, Stated "Don’t think that men are the only ones affected. Nicotine has the same effect on the arterial flow to the genitals in women as it does in men. For women, this translates into less engorgement of the erectile tissue of the clitoris and the spongy erectile tissue that fills up in front of the G-spot and over the U-spot. This results in less sensitivity in these areas, less vasocongestion, less pleasure, and a longer time to lubricate. And since the body works on the use it or lose it principle, these effects get worse over time as a person continues to smoke or use nicotine."
Freedom Laser Therapy says, "The long and the short of it, if sexual performance and pleasure are important to you- Don’t Smoke!"
Freedom Laser Therapy established in April 2003 has treated 10,000+ smokers for nicotine addiction. After a decade of research and clinical experience of helping smokers quit, Founder Craig Nabat invented the new Freedom Quit Smoking System, a 10-day nicotine free and all natural at home program developed to free smokers from the addictive grip of nicotine.
Freedom Laser Therapy is presently testing a nationwide direct response television commercial to place their “As Seen on TV” product, the new Freedom Quit Smoking System in 30,000 retail outlets such as CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Target, GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Kmart, Walmart, and specific Bed Bath Beyond Stores. The short form infomercial DRTV campaign and retail rollout will be conducted over a six to nine month time period. A nationwide leading rep firm has been secured to assist with domestic retail placement for the Freedom Quit Smoking System.